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Top 100 Tax Q&As 2012 contains new questions and answers from CCH's Tax Q&A Service asked during 2011. It provides practical solutions to the issues most often raised by practitioners using that service. The publication provides answers to 'real life' topical questions asked by tax practitioners facing specific issues not usually found in more general books covering the whole of the tax law. It provides: detailed answers with accurate analysis of issues by a panel of experienced tax experts; comprehensive references to relevant legislation, case law and the Commissioner's rulings; specific issues in the areas of income, deductions, CGT, superannuation and GST; access to more in-depth information using the cross-references to the Australian Master Tax Guide and Australian Master Superannuation Guide.
Full Product DetailsAuthor: CCH Australia Limited
Publisher: CCH Australia Limited
Imprint: CCH Australia Limited
Country of Publication: Australia
ISBN 10: 1921948515
Publication Date: 01 January 2012
Audience: College/higher education , Professional and scholarly , Tertiary & Higher Education , Tertiary & Higher Education , Professional & Vocational
Publisher's Status: Active
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